Blogs

Changing to post-A Level university entry – why admissions tests are still important

by Andy Chamberlain, 27 July 2020
Admissions office sign
In recent weeks, the debate over university admissions procedures has again come to the fore. This has been prompted partly by the impact of Covid-19 on education, but also because of growing concern that admissions based on predicted grades and personal statements can, perhaps unintentionally, disadvantage certain student groups.

Not all assessment is built the same - how can we ensure positive learning outcomes?

by Guest Blogger, 22 July 2020
woman at desk
We spoke with teacher and freelance assessment consultant, Verónica Floretta, on her career in assessment and how Cambridge Assessment Network's new online course, A104: Psychometrics in Educational Assessment, has led her to reflect on the best ways to structure tests to ensure positive learning outcomes - not only in high stakes testing but also in the classroom.

Online learning and teaching resources from Cambridge Assessment

by Guest Blogger, 01 April 2020
A girl studying through remote learning and watching an online lesson
The novel coronavirus outbreak presents huge and unexpected challenges for the education community worldwide. As an international exams group, Cambridge Assessment has a range of resources and digital products available that can support and enable remote teaching and learning.

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Group Chief Executive, Cambridge Assessment

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Tim Oates

Group Director of Assessment and Research